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MichaelC



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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2007 12:30 pm    Post subject: Blair, Bush could face probe at The Hague? Reply with quote

A war crimes trial is most unlikely in light of the fact that the Netherlands is 100% 'in the game'.

I know. I live there.

http://www.theage.com.au/news/world/blair-bush-could-face-probe-at-the-hague/2007/03/18/1174152881638.html
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 04, 2016 7:35 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

We all know this entire debacle was created out of lies. Yes these two and many others should be in the Hague; and if found guilty, quickly dispatched by the hangman.

But....we are still waiting for the right thing to happen 12 yrs later.

Families of soldiers killed in Iraq must pay £770 for copy of Chilcot report
3 Jun, 2016 | RT


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Military families who lost sons and daughters in the Iraq war are told they must pay £767 for a hard copy of Sir John Chilcot’s Iraq Inquiry report. The revelation comes as a critical play based on the much-delayed publication opens in London.

Families have been informed that although they can obtain a free executive summary, a hard copy of the 2 million-word report will cost them dearly.

The news has outraged families of the war dead.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, David Godfrey, whose grandson Rifleman Daniel Coffey was killed in 2007, called the charge “scandalous.” He said former Prime Minister Tony Blair, who took the UK into the war, should pay for copies for bereaved families.

“It’s an absolute insult to all of us families. It’s just heart-breaking, to say the least,” he said.

Godfrey said he could not afford to attend the official release in London in July, let alone buy a copy of the report.

Rose Gentle, whose son Gordon was killed on operations, asked the Mirror: “Have we not paid enough times with the lives of our sons?”

Roger Bacon, whose son Matthew died in 2005, told the paper the news “does beggar belief that it is going to cost that amount of money in the first place. Who has the money to pay for something like this?”

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